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For the over 14 million Americans who live with rosacea, facial redness is a far cry from blushing. Rather than a reaction to embarrassment, this chronic condition is often a cause of it. Worse, rosacea is uncomfortable, often painful, and can be a regular and recurring annoyance, especially if you don’t do the right things, and avoid the wrong things, in your skincare, diet, and lifestyle.
Fortunately, most people with rosacea can manage the condition and reduce flare-ups and symptoms with some common sense and simple steps.
Rosacea is a chronic, inflammatory skin disease that primarily appears on the face, especially the nose and cheeks. The condition manifests itself as areas of redness and irritation, but upon a closer look are actually clusters of pustules or bumps. In addition to the face, rosacea can also appear on the chin, ears, forehead, chest, and back.
While genetics are believed to be a primary reason certain people develop rosacea, other factors can increase the likelihood of experiencing rosacea symptoms, including:
For those trying to minimize the visibility and discomfort of rosacea symptoms, Miami dermatologist Dr. Mariano Busso recommends the following:
Rosacea Help and Treatment in Miami/Coconut Grove
If you’re suffering from chronic red facial skin, contact dermatologist Dr. Mariano Busso at 305-857-0144 to discuss prevention, treatment, and living with rosacea. You may also schedule an appointment with Dr. Busso online.